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3 V. M. "niAYIB,.., C. K. DEKW .Kditob ......Assoc iat Kdito TuONDAY MOESINO .MARCH S "The Star Spangled Banner fa Triumph yet waves O'er the laud of the Free and the borne of the Brave." TAKE NOTICE. EVERYBODY ! If yon want anything. If you have anything to Dell, If you want to bay anything, If yon want to rent a House, If yon want Boarders, If yon have loat anything. If yon have found anythiufr, TILL TKN THOUSAND PEOPLK I1T ADVKB- TISINO III TI1K EVANSVILLE JOURNAL. 'All wants supplied by advertising In the SOBSGBIPTION PBIOB FOB DAILY: Delivered In the City, per week - JO 10 Uy mail or in the City, nor year (In advance) 6 00 rOK WKtKLV : By mall per year, single subscriber.... SI 60 " " " club of nve (to one address) 6 00 ADVXKTISINU. Wot Terais tee Brat pace, tabular form. AGENTS: The following gentlemen are our authorized AReols In the places named : Ir. BalHton, Boonville, Warrick Co. John. M. Lockwood, Mt. Vernon, Posey Oo. John K. Dutigherty, Borkport, Bpencer Co. Juum I.. Thornton, Princeton, Gibeon Co. John B. Bandy, Kewbarg, Warrick Co. Ir. Murphy, New Uarniouv, Posey Co. A. B. Wilkinson, Cynthiana. Preston Talbott, Poeeyville, Poeey (Jo. H. il. Custeu, Petersburg, Pike Oo. Mark Grant, t3aual P. O., Warrick (Jo. C. P. Cavauah, Oweuaville, Qibaon Oo. ft-"? The editors of the Southern papers are exceedingly violent since the fall of Donelson. They endeavor to excite the people to determined resistance to the last, because they apprehend that no terms of pacification would include them that if the rebellion should be brought to a close, they and the other inciters of it and leaders in it would would have to sniffer the fearful -penalty of treason. Perhaps iu this they attach considerably too much consequence to themselves. The leaders of the insurrec tion, who fight with halters around their necks, will oppose all terms of peace. They fully understand that they uust atone upon the scaffold for the crimes they have com mitted. But with the masses of the people of the South, the ca9e is very different; and it is upon them, upon their discretion and good sense, that we rely in part for the speedy return of the disloyal Sift tea to their allegi aace. The masses will see, they must see that they have been betrayed to their own rum, that all the thousand promises made to them have been falsified, and we are con 6 deu t that when they realize, as they sood will if they do not already, that they have nothing on earth to hope except from the ., . . . . over t5eui, and return to the full discharge of tueir uuiy to the whole country. The Terre Haute Express deprecates ail attempts to draw unpleasant com pari sons between the conduct of troops from various bates, in the buttle of Fort Donel son. ho do we ; but still we are not dis posed to let others bear off all the credit of that splendid victory, when our boys are at. least eutuicd to a portion. Neither is it altogether unprofitable to encourage a feel ing of State, as well as national,' pride among the volunteers. It has nerved the hands of ludianians no little that they felt called on to avenge the insults against the valor of our peoplo at the battle of Buena Vista. figr There is no doubt but that Columbus' is evacuated. It is reported that the rebels are fortifying Island No. 10, and will make a stand there. Wo only hope this report will prove true. Commodore Foote will be very certain to silence their batteries, and their position on au Island will favor the capture of the whole party. The New Orleans papers have always designated Columbus as " the Manassas of the West " as the place in fact, where if the Celd was lost, all would be lost to the rebel cause. Its evueuation must hare an influence on the war, that cannot well be overrated. Witn he- fair of Columbus, in the" ..nonary course or events, as things going on now, it cannot be lone before are to hoar of the fall, Seriatim, of Memphis, Vicks burg, NatrheE, Katnn Rnnom ,. ,W,. Siuco tue Government has prohibit ed the tranamissioa of military news, tbe " grape vine " liu has been dofn an ex tensive business. It was reported yesterday, by this liDe, that ourgunboatsjW-passed Columbua, it having' bea varuated, and wer preparing to botufcard Memphis. Tbe Cannellon Reporter has received A dispatch over tbe grape vine", that Euglaud and France he recognized' the .Southern Con federacy ! . , " . - .;,,.;-,; " While it is ion6dently Relieved that all the Sutes which have been i re bell.on except Souih Crolmawilli be per m.tted to return to their allegiance and oc-" cuPy their oil positions in the sisterhood of States, South Carolina will Xm tlollBt, her slaves manumitted and a territorial government established. (Vrtainjy 8ucU a perfidious nest of traUors ought not again, i to dishonor our natiouif councils; by being represented In them. : - .-'-' - f5 Mr. Earr, the telegraph operator f Louisville, wbo has been rusticating n Fort Lafayaia since last summer, has been re leased, upon taking the oath of allegiance. " CouimUulcftted Progress. The event which occurred a few days ago in New York, shows that we have indeed made progress, and that we have.at last got back to the good old times, when the peo ple believed that laws were made to punish those who violated them, without regard to their wealth and influence. The carrying out of this principle in all departments of. the Governmont, will do more than any one thing towards restoring the Republic to its original purity; the neg lect to execute laws has been one of our many sins. I refer to the execution last Friday in New York, of Gordon, who was convicted for being engaged in the slave trade, which the laws of the United States declare to be piracy. I believe it is the first case of the kind in the history of our coun try, although these laws have again and again been violated, yet for some reason or other, which the siavenolding oligarcny in the South and their apologists and aiders and abettors at the North, know best why, they have not received their just dues. This man's trial was a fair one, and his conviction was just. The extreme tenderness which some of onr former Presidents have felt for the " peculiar institution " would have secured any one a pardon who might have been convicted of this crime previous to the ad vent of the new era in the history of onr country. The extreme tenderness of the people of New York toward the "institution," m times past, would probably have secured him an acquittal. This conviction and execution shows that the people and the President have at last come to a rig tit appreciation 01 slavery ana its barbarity, and that they nave the moral, courage, as well as the honesty, to execute the laws against those who engage in tbe infamous business of trading in human be ings. Let us all rejoice tbat a new era nas at last dawned on our country, and that henceforth all who violate our laws shall safffcr the full penalty. Had every violation of this law since it went into force been honestly executed, we would not now have bad this rebellion. The traitors at Richmond and other por tions of the country, knowing that the piratical slave trade would no longer be tolerated, have attempted to establish a Government, whose cornerstone was to be human slavery, and thus continue this in human traffic; but in this they have been foiled by the friends of liberty and the Union, and their day of reckoning is fast approaching and the rebel leaders will eoou have to fare the fate of Gordon; and in stead of slavery being perpetuated and grad ually extended over this fair land, it will become circumscribed, and will finally die out and then we shall have in reality a free Government, in practice as well as in pro fession Biich au one as the original framers of it designed it should be. They have themselves done this. ' " The course il..y have taken in trying to break up H id Union has turned thousands of conservative meu at the North into abo litionists, and the longer they persist in this war agaiest the Union the nearer slavery will be to an end. B. tgk. The Secesh in Uaiontown actually believe that we had 10,000 men killed at tbe storming of Fort Donelson It is a sin gular fact that so soon as a man becomes a secessionist he is not only incapable tf ut- Rebil Prisoners Shot. While the rbel prisoners were embarking for Chicago, some of them proved refractory, and fre quently disobeyed the order to keep in line. Exasperated with the refractory conduct of two of them, the guards were ordered to fire upon tbem, and the two were . thus killed. Subsequently, the prisoners evinced more respect for the orders given them. ; .. i Slay The Supreme Judges, who have thus far called for their advance pay for the cur rent quarter's salary, refused, to take the demand notes of the Government. These gentlemen may be good judges of law, but they are not good judges of money. , SKff" A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette says that some time lust Spring, Vallaodingbam of Ohio visited Richmond, Va.'and m a public address there declared "that if there was war between the North and the South, he was ready to fight for the ooutn. , , ... ri , I B?3L. The Richmond Whig complains bit terly of Gov. Letcher's attempt to levy troops en masse. It says there are more volunteers than the State is capable of arm- j ing, and it sees no necessity for-drawing the boys trom their books and the old men from their nsrful labors. " ' t SSP I l. :. .. . .. w j wwwmiiw to- tmr aa- mirers of that sheet l-,t,V5-A-ii the last number- of the Nashville I tuag-Green-Louiavilhj. Courier was Isi I - .vuuv i Bowling sued oa thtf-rSflT Inst . Hereafter.-; It is now called the Nash ville Bowlusg.greenAtlanta-Louisville Courier: .... r.M,t,.tua nra ueing maue - . "uu vainu street 1 ,D utQK 'ieanea ana repaired 'for I thia purpose. fci.'V' . . . . v.; 4 ! -"'if-:1'- tf:'7 Feb. 20, ISG'1)!' ferf'l'r,,7P"hlishingthe following: I pBOWNBiK-Suppoaeaxohavefalltfa fcoard ftoi, steamer Goldetf State 6 d- nesdav afternoon. Pn.,- . I -.1.1. ; : rj -ios' oe- vm, Rjr,au isuairoeetowii- 111 ... .. . 1 JM- I a man. "deck fas.nrp. ;ih . , : - : ; -1- iuuiiu i vest pocket, marked Mr, Sinjrleton. far I .w.u.v. no bhi uuf nioiuer resided in I " Pike county, Indiana. His carpet hag, now oo board, contains one fair bfowij Jjeans Pants, one white shirt, ono check 'shirt, "one Vest, anil nno c-i- . i . ": -' i. , ,iUttt, luaii uajlj w.orn,ue told tbat he shipped alward Lancaster No 4 as deck haad, was take aick M dis ed at Smithland,; . He ia a .mall sized man, , light, hair,, with moustacbe and thin whisksrs.1 'Vsrr rm,..r.,.t , . ; R. Rood, Clerk. .lefT. Davis Inaugural Address. " ""We give below the substance of the Inau gural Address, delivered before the Confed. erate Congress on Saturday last by his "Ex cellency," Jefferson Davis." It i3 said but little enthusiasm was , manifested by those present on the occasion . ; - THBINAtratntAt ADDRESS.1 " "Fkllow Citizens: On this, the birthday of the man most identified with the estab lishment of American Independence, and beneath the monument erected to commem orate his heroic virtues p.nd those of his compatriots, we have assembled to usher into existence the permanent Goverment of the Confederate States. Through the in strumentality, under the favor of Divine Providence, we hope to perpetuate the prin ciples of oui- Revolutionary Fathers. The day, the memory, and the purpose seem fitly associated. - - - It is with mingled feelings of humility and pride that I appear to take, in the pres ence of tbe people and before high Heaven, the oath prescribed aa a ' qualification for the exalted station to which the unanimous voice of the people has called me. Deeply sensible of all that is ianlied by this mani festation of the people's confidence, I am yet more profoundly impressed by tbe vast re spohsibility of tbe . office, and humbly feel my own unworthlne3ii. When a long course of class legislation, directed, not to the general warfare, but to the aggrandizement of the Northern section of tbe Union, culminated in a welfare on the domestic institutions of the Southern States; when the dogmas of a sectional party, substituted for the provisions of the constitutional campact, threatened to de stroy the sovereign rights of the States, six of those States, withdrawing trom the un ion, confederated together to exercise tbe tight and perform the duty of instituting a government which would better secure the liberties for tbe preservation of which that Union was established. The people of .the States now confed erated became -convinced that tbe Gov ernment of the United States had fallen into the hands of a sectional majority, who would, pervert that most sacred of all trusts to the destruction of the rights which it was pledged to protect. They believed that to remain longer in the Union would sub ject them to a continuance of a disparaging discrimination, submission to which would be inconsistent with their welfare, and in tolerable to a proud people. They there fore determined to sever its bonus and es tablisa a new confederacy for themselves. The experiment instituted by our revolu tionary fathers, of a voluntary union of sovereign States, lor purposes specified in a soleoiu compact, bad been perverted by those who, feeling power and forgetting rikht, were determined to respect no law but their own will. -The Government had ceased to answer the ends for which it was ordained and established. To save ourselves from a revolution which, in its ailent but rapid progress, was about to place us under tbe despotism of numbers, and to preserve in spirit, as well as in form, a system of government we believed to be peculiarly titled to our condition, and lull ot promise for mankind, we determined to make a new association, composed Of btaces homogene Ous in interest, in policy, and in feeling. , , True to our traditions of peaca and love of justice, we sent Commissioners to the United States to proposa a fair and amica ble settlement of all questions of public debt or property which might be in dispute. But the Government at Washington, deny iog our right to self-government, refused even to listen to ertv Trnt.A.t'-:.. unto- year m onr history has been the most eventful in the annals of this conti nent. A new government has boon estab lished, and its machinery put in operation over an area exceeding seven hundred uioubanu square miles.- The great princi ples upon which we have been willing to hazard everything that is dear to man, have made conquests, for us which could never have been achieved by the sword. Our Con federacy has grown from six to thirteen States, attd Maryland already, united to tu by Juillowed memorie$ and material interests will, 1 belisveKhm able to speak wUh. un ttifled voice, connect herdestiny teith, the ikrnth. Our people have rallied with uuex ainplrd unanimity to-ibe sunnort rr iha. great principles of constitutional govern- uio..., wiiu uriu resoive to perpetuate by arms the right3 which they could not peace fully secure.,' .A million of. men, it is esti- maju, are now. jiianaing bostile array and waging war along a frontier of thous- auua 01 nines. t wattles nave been fought sieges have baen conducted, and ftith.,.' the contest is hot ended, and the tide for , 1 .. . i J inn rr a m pnr i a orramar ..j, i. c , .. our favor is not doubtful. . , - - ..u.ua. ua. i.uts il n hi rnoti il in The period is near at hand when our foe klZZt I their effort to aubi , . ----j-e-- uiienuy at tained such fearful dimensions as will subject them to burthens which must continue to oppress. them for generations to come. " i -4 - we, too, nave had our trials and difficul ties. That we are to escape tbem in future is not to be hoped. It -wit to be expected when we entered- upon Ibis 4 war that it would expose our people sacrifices rand cast them much, both of money and Wood But we knew the. value, of the otjfc for' which we i8truggIeJrSami;uuaers1u&d. the natur at. : :-i,;i. - , i rii.T:ZrL";r?.w t-.i"- iuiumK couiti e so ftad ti3 fuilum' anJ anT sacrifice would -be . cheap at the K? f wr4tiwelMM'atest. iC; ' , , or nave me material sacrifices oT.16 .iu a preienued b ockade has oepn ved us of our commerce with them it 13 fast mnkinw u. a ir - . . '"t ,l- I.irr- to. : i.. . ui . , . " "-aupporiea ana inde pendent people.; The blockade, if effectual anil namionont ; 11 . 1 cucliusi nd npm nn.rf 1 . ' " "eciuai articles "urt, ana employ it in 8upplyins co,n. ,or aomestic use Jhave neither asked (nr nn,-,.: ? We "V . . "J HuriOT. r et tbe interact nvolved-ls , pot -wholly . our ow S mar toil conserve. When the "inUe! fr?vefCa.?ril,e. !?federaoy is recoenized - ... ,,&v ,a tuncerueu in openino- . our iZ-ti v ii:.: e,e8U.aud inclinations iS,.;'r?2.w. sou thern uer to manufactu tbe most ikvr.ro iia ...i..i , . 'avoraoio market which . vueu tueir commr.-. t..'Z. ' tobacco. provUinna .;i,-. . VUL L( I II Hlirvavs tokA asd naval stores ujuigu . aiu-iu'tivA uc.i federate ntrt,B.K r,i v . v",r )n- -.-vst, M'u; too- great- to sit- i - f "er- was there a people whose interests and principles L mid b so fully to a peaceful i those of The tanli,i.r'.ii o, -'. 'v u character of their productions they are u tonly to distui b it. War of conquest tbeV can not wage, baciuae the Constitution of thei j confederacy admits of no coerced as sociation. Civil war there can not be be- tween States held together by their volition only. This rule of voluntary association, which cannot fail to be conservative, by securing just and impartial government at home, does not diminish tne security 01 tne obli gations by which the Confederate States may be bound to foreign nations. In proof of thi3," it i3 to be remembered that, at the first moment of asserting their right of se cession these States proposed a settlement on the basis of a common - liability for the obligations of the General Government. Fellow-citizens, after the struggles of ages had consecrated the right of tbo Eng lishman to constitutional representative government, our colonial ancestors were forced to vindicate that birthright by an appeal to arms. Success crowued their efforts, and they provided for their posterity a peaceful remedy against future aggression.- . . ; j. The tyranny of an unbridled majority, the most odious and least responsible ftnu of despotism, has denied us both the r'.ut and the remedy. Therefore, we are in arms to renew such sacrifices as our fathers ma io j to the holy cause of constitutional liberty. At the darkest hour of our struggle the provisional gives place to the permanent government.- After a series of successes and victories, which covered our arms with glory,- we have recently met with serious disasters. But in the heart of a people re solved to be free these disasters tend to stim ulate to increased resistance. With confidence in the wisdom and vir tue of those who will share with me the responsibility, and aid me in tbe conduct of public affairs; securely relying on the pa triotism, and courage 01 tue people, 01 which the present war has furnished so many examples, I deeply feel the weight of the responsibilities I now, with unaffected diffidence, am about to assume ; and fully realizing the inadequacy ot Human power to guide and to sustain, my hope is rever ently fixed on Him whose lavor is vouch safed to the cause which is just. With humble o-ratitude and adoration, acknowl edging the Providence which has bo visibly protected tbe Confederacy during its uriei but eventful career, to Thee, oh God, I trust ingly commit myself, and prayerfully iu- voke Thy blessings upon my country anu its cause. jeffkbson uivh. I'lie Sonlltern Prrss on t lie recent! Defeat. From the Charleston Courier We have sustained heavy loss in muni tions of war; our country has been de prived of the services of several thousand ot her best disciplined and bravest soldiers, and parents and wives weep iu the bitter ness of grief over those who will never again bless them with their smiles. The enemy pushes on, flushed with victory, to win more triumphs, and cause other hearts to bleed. We feel these reverses. We acknowledge them openly. We would rather overraLe than underrate their importance and mag nitude. Truth demands that we chronicle the battles and their results, withholding nothing, concealing nothing. The narra tives of these unequal contests should be as full, as minute and particular as we would like to have them, had they ended in the disgrace and discomfiture of our enemies, and increasing the glory that covers our arms. Far be it from ps to imitate the cowardice and meanness of our foes, by claiming, victory when we have sustained defeat; by inventing falsehoods, under tho fear tbat an honest and correct account will have a h arm f tits 3f cUJjat'i ' Wr Svora erf 67 these Con'ederaie States. A resolve as firm as that which sustains and actuates out hearts is not to be shaken by a series of reverses of far greater mag nitude than those we are called upon to bear. Our faita in' the final and complete success ot the cause re3ts upon tho con sciousness of superiority tj our foes in all the attributes and qualities of the soldier, in uo umure oi tue great worK we are doiug1, in the signal tokens of favor and .approval' which Heaven has designed to vouchsafe. We are persuaded that our people will dis play tne ngnt spirit under these discomfit ures;" tbat they will look these itiaaatpra n the face with a clear, undaunted gaze and contemplate them :with all their probable consequences, grow the stronger, the more uwuuueu, iob' uraver lor tho defeats and . tue menacing dangers. - n - ; -; i ..uvoo ib?icb ecio uj kiiow us the ne cessity ot greater ' watchfulness8 iml in creased'jseal.; They appeal with' trnmpet wuea w every ireemen la these regenerate uu uiueninraiiea states, calling non every one to come up to tbe supnort.of the irlnri. ous cause. Our foes aim at our suhiuu.'i- j ; r a i . . Jo "i ""u tuey cannot conquer us tlu-y will put forth,:; all their skill and power to ruin and destroy us. In endeavoring to ac complish our subjugation they have inflict ed on themselves terrible evils." 1 Bankruptcy-threatens their Government, their merchant princes are reduced to want, a cloud rests Upon their glory, the scepter 'bus fallen from their grasp! They lay the blame of the evils they are sufferinc under r.i ii. degradation they have been forced to submit to, upon ua, and ail these thihes " hav in tensified their bitter hatred, and made them the more determined to accomnlmh thai- base and wicked purposes. " j " Their overweening vanity is unspeakably Mwiffatod at the success woo. by theii gun boats, and 8wollea with nrror.u- n.i r.,A.i with wrath, they will now nut fort h . ill n,;r sirengin. ,1 nev a.Teyl y XhW'f.l" .WiiQMpL. raSt"1tM and exchange conirratn- t)nIon . ln lhmr jutignjet)t struggle is almost over, and the future will presen t a onr V, UaU'e3- " We mUSt our .ofcs, -resolved to conquer or-die W8 are brothers, and winin onfall Siml we must realiza timt ... i. menaced by a common danger. .i.r.H.--. grace and glory. II6 who refuses to Cuht is a coward. 3 He. who shows discord is an enemy. Let us refrai and accusatioas. Let us h-arn ' the lessouf our reverses teach us. make . past errors and shortcomings, and not waste time and embitter feeling by harsh i-bargea and unavailing censures. It were idle to (tiwi in o...: i... tie. We should be prepared for .everse?. It is not victories that develo u, ,.h. Ities of manhoo.1 are called into exercise by diasterand sufferinir vuwu "y inese calamities. w ni.i -,,1 ...t.,.ca uworiuy 01 the cause in -which we are engaged, and unequal to its accomii lishment. With honn niii...i .:.,. ' - , 1 - -- " , wiin ton- fidence unshaken, with , courage strong anointed afresh for the great work Ueavea vuuiiu.sa.oBeu us to perform, let us gird up the loins of our minds and strike with a fiercer strength, and suffer with a hicb.r TK-WPW Orleans Delta fa alarmed about tne gnnooats, and says tbe only way u take them is by.boardingr The Delta should re msmber that thia is impossible. Hose, con nected with the boilers, run to every part of the boat, and boarders would be scalded to" death; instantly. We advise the chivalry not to make Commodore Foot any, tmcere jitonions.visita, V " - - - " .1. wnisTLi:; to keep cp its courage. The Richmond Dispatch, of Friday, says: We again reiterate what we have a hun dred times said, that .the subjugation of the South is impossible; and we would hold the same conviction if every Southern city in the Mississippi Valley and on the Atlantic seaboard wore in Yankee hands. The South is an. agricultural people, not dependent up on it.- cities, and its vitality and strength would be untouched if each of tbem should fall at once into Yankee hands, or be swal lowed up by an earthquake. Wo are not quite sure that if the Government should take the proper precautions to remove the munitions of war from its cities, and to keep the public stores from falling into the enemy's handi, it would even bo much as j weaken, in any considerable degree, its ; military operations, if the enemy should be permitted to seize and occupy a dozen of these imagined centers ot trade and power, the cities of tho South, not one of which, happily, ha3 any more influence on the power, prosperity, and the morals of the country, than a wart on the face of a giant We would simply say, in these, the dark est hours of Southern fortunes, it the men of the South should fail here, we would place her flag and her cause1 in the hands of her women, and feel sure that they wonlu never yield in Imttling tor their dear native land, until they laid - yielded life, itself. If tliev could not avenge ' our quarrel with their gentle hands, they would teach their children , find their children's children, to suck in rebelliou with their mother's luilk, aud avenge their mother's cause.-; The sons and brothers of such women cannot be sub- iucated. nor can tliev be eveu overrun, if the government' is as wise and energetic as the people are brave and resolved. 8i55f '( ws stated a few days ago that Mrs. Gou.. burkuer and Mrs. Col. Hanson had arrived ;il Cairo by a fl ig of truce, nod asked lo bf permitted to join thtir husbands who were htrld as prisoners at Indianapolis. The Cairo rorre'pondmit of the Louisville Jourual savs tli:it tbe ladies wer retnrned lo Columbus on Wednesday, Gen. ; Ualleck rel'iisioc to grant their request to join their husbands, who have been sent to Foit Warren. The rebel prisoners at Indianapolis are teucrously permitted by Gov. Morton t j write lo their friends in the South. IiOAIK. INTEKKSTS. The Fanny Bullitt, with a cargo of quartermaster's stores, will leave to-day for Paducah. - Bjf Major flincs of the' 21lh Indiana Regiment, passed through the city yester day. He bus been appointed Colonel of the 57th Regiment vice Col.McMullen resijrued fif33t Mr. Duhell has a few coiiies left of Harier for March. .It is a choice number in every respect, and we commend it to the lovers of light literature. iTiusinoss Oi- (Ireas, go to Lyons, who is sell ing clothing at prices that astonish the oili est inhabitants t f the Stated : CV Kl 1. 11 - . . Kiiutu i.aiuo in line a lion, in deed. We were visited, Satunlay and .Sun day, with ' heavy t.wns,' accompanied by-a violent wind, i esterday was cold enough- or mid-B inter. ; .t Vi - I i I . SfcxT The Etately Grey ; Eaglo w ill leave foLoiiisvjlIettlns aJteriuon Jpasscngers bound up stream "will find the JJagle. A No. 1 in every respect au auiuary ollicers invariably buy tnetr ciotnmg 'ami equipments at Lyons'. He sells IheiaiucU "elegant outfits, at such' exceedingly moderate prices t 5J"We publish, in another column of to" Uay s .Journal, the : Inaugural Address of) Jelf. Davis. It ia, without exception, the moKi iiypocrittcal and false paper we ever read. , cfm tur readers will bear in mind that the swill and elegant, Courier is the onlv It aet lor uaifoa lo-Uav. She ia 4n ,vr - ......... j respect as nrst class boat, commanded by effi cient and gpntlemanly officers'., ' ; j. r . t'.iiiou bas on hand five hund t . r T-,... . . . . - red pieces ot uiu-hams and shoulders which were partially idaiuaged in the. late j tire, for immediate use, tl are equal to OM. E 1 ' " . w . 5 ' I "J 111 tue niarkt t, " He proposes ' to ciose out the lot at fi.-ure r.inai.lor.v.io. i r1. . 'I .eiow ine current rates, and we advise all call at iua grocery cn Maia street. - T A Fiiiu-, in a 1, at leather case belonging to me, was taken 'fxoiu Dr. Hums' oflico n lew days since without leave. The top is niado'of Ivory and it mj 8fS fiiivt)r Keys. Any oue returning jt to Dr. IJaas" ofbee or to the Journal Co. can get fi ve dol lara f.,r il,..;. . . - .... u,. iniuwei anil nn nnwlmno aoa.rn. " . T - . , i& ft a IlAbT t . . EvAKsvir.f.B ItiPLKS. Everv1 inembnr r.f this cotui.H(J U hereby required to meet at I'll A rmrtr I - - "'"J '""neumgat 1 o'clock.- It is the regular night, for business. Malteis w. .micit importance to tho company will t,e brought before it, and must be decided at , rea.-nri.r'a report will be" read by th Clerk. - Wm. E. Fuknch. Por Itent ; Three comfortabla dwelling,, containing 8't rooms each, with all ' other necessary j.ruience?. lnuiro of F. D. Allen. w.ucroi Markft and Bond Central Market. - silreets, near - , 2wd. To . Whom it May Coscbbn. Persons wiohing to niak earrangements for L. G. ""Ss terre K-uta Ice. -duiino- th ng season, y,m, apply to me, and not to . 9 ' VO 1X1 oaiu ii age r. 4td. Edwakd Inglb, Depot Corner. DIED. Yesterday morning, at 6 o'clock, Mr. 8a.bah Ptbeet, aged 55 year. ' - The funeral will take place from her late resi dence on Sixth street, between Vine and Sycamore, Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Tbe friend of the family are Invited to attend. OBIT U ART. Died, In this city, at the residence of his broth- er, March 1st, Mr. Jiim P. Elliott, of the firm of Elliott Brother, in the 22d year of hi age. James was well known and much beloved in this community, Hi place . in the -social circle was among the quiet and serious rather than the mirthful and gay ; and it was upon this circle that tue excellent trait ot hi character moat impressea themselves. . In the viHor of vouthful life, of buoyant hope of cheering prospects, of endearing associations, of fondest love, hi sun has suddenly set to rise no more, liis death has thrown a gloom over many Hearts and given ireeh emphasis to me worus -iu the midst of life we Aro in iImIIi." The Church, the social circle, the mercantile conununitv, his own loved associates have lost one who was a stay, a hope, and a bright example. lie died in the triumphs ol the Christian l.tiiu, and onr loss is his eternal cnin. Farewell, uciar menu, farewell I till we moot again to part no wore. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OST. One calf skin boot, No. 8, by one of JM-d the so hliers on the levee. Any one ttuillOK the same will coofcr a great favor by leaving it at JOHN KASC'irS, Second street. Dili 4 J?or City Vttrlt. I'leaee announce my name ns a candidate for the oftico ol Oily Clerk and ob'itjo " iuli4te nm. n. airunin VJI Ml. SAW?. C. HUGHES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MOBGANFIF.LD, Kl Particular attention paid to the collecting luiii uees iu the 1st District ol Kentucky. mil l BLU E GRASS NURSERIES GREAT BARGAINS ,-S l.-l Kf-I t: M & H 9 M M .TM Krnit aud Ornamental Trees. Apple Trees, &lo r.Ar hundred -. Dwarf and Standard Fears from vr. t. 4ii cAnts eacn : cnerrit-a truuu m 1 i 'nrr.nn. Ac... at low rate). Ked Cedar nve io si lvet. 20 tier hundred : Cninese Arborvitae, three leet, at rer nunarea ; i-hcq riu". auioh" u While Pine. Hemlock. Balsam Fir, Norway Spruce, Scotch Fir and Juniper, all at low rate, by " " inh3dlt4w sunaBHTiuo, iuuiu hlltJJ ft CI' It K II MUMS. Ml 3,600 extra sugar cutel Hams, just reteive I BA;0N. 500 lbs Choice Lean Breakfast Bacen, jtwt rect-ived. Eoof ; 1,000 lbs uucanvassid do, just reeivea. SHOULDERS. 2 hhds extra sugar cored Shoul ders, just received. CABBAGE. 200 choice heads Cabbage. PARSNIPS. 15 bnshels choice Tarsnips, 1,500 (jacks choico fine table Salt. 300 boxes extra fine table Salt. lOO reams aaTOrtedsia.es wrapping paper. BUAN. 750 sacks rich country Bran. FAMILY FLOTJB. 35 bbls choice family Flour. . - HOA9TBYB AND BABLKY. 1,000 lbs piiuia roant. d ltye and Barley ready for use. UNIONS. 20 bbls prime Onions, at ii 1 1 1 : ii. A. IUI'IIO. sllHtiJh"' HJlliK V. 5 8. Itv virtue of au order of sa'e isane.1 out of tbe (.Bice of the Clerk ol the Court of Common Pleas of Vanderburgh county, Indiana, In favor of Good ie!. Morvan and against Theodore Mingut, et. o., I will on MONDAY, MARCH 24th, 18C2, h.-twewi the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. Bill 4 o'clock r. of said day, at the door of the Court II. man iu the Cil V of Kvausville, Im.'iana, otlor lor sale at publicuuctiou the rents, isiue , aud piolita lor the lunu ol seveu years oi me luuowiug no mi i-iIm-aI real eatato. to-wit : .-.h.K Mencesoulli with the wejl i.i ! HaLi. li,. .:..r.i...r i,a dm-ii. .m,i a wnue. anu Avenue oue nunored and tweuty le-1 (more or less), io tne Comer ol Eleventh street and m,-,,ii. Ateuiie, meure west three bandied and eighly font, thence uoith three hundred ami iwi.i.iw ti v. , w luB uoriuern boundary of La- uutsco City, thence east with the linettirn .ana eigniy it-el lo lUe place ot beginuiUK- Aud should said rents and uroliu not sell for sum suilicieut to pay said writ and coots, I will, at I lie saiue time aud daue,iuW lor aale the lee simple GkOItuK WOLFLIN, 8. V. tV Chandler & Ilyues, 1'laiulill's Attoruejs- ,mh00,25 ....... . , .... :. .- - . i . V tJ H -IJYit HVTTJiH. 3 doa nic i rasu .KS lor 25 cents, and 2 pounds choice vvm iui n uoarfcer. as : VICKKBY BBOH. - , Ho. bi Main street.' fjKJVJV8 lJ.ViJ ItUOH- "W ia auv oiiantitiMi to nit iuo uwio, iresn anu good, at , yiCKkltl'B. " iu cbus mmu uozeus, for Male tiy i oo!., - . B. .tilLKKUT . CO.,: ' ' -r ". - .'"'.. '.' '. t; 4 Sycamore streec. de j. fleagee7Jt7' SURGEON DENTIST i,;.., ,4 BOOMS:. . .. , ' ' w-'. nnrt door to BiHroWt JHlra , 1 . - -. : . -. r t "X fil - .'Y s, 1 ' i IaVVV'") I -C T " - "S-fl 1 I 1 - I "1 - " M'I'KAUKIt TJt K K ft THIS method to inform hi r,.un.i- .. n . ... , , nuu ,u, huuiic mat ne mis tilted up a new anil of Practice of dentistry. Having availed himself of ull tbe latest improvements io the profession, he f"l confident that he can nW n him with their catronacrn . an T:..i.. lheservi.ee of a dentist would do well to give him call belore ensatrinr rlawlutr u. i,. V- work 25 per o-mt. lower than .m t.ti.t i .f CltV. AitilliAl (..Ik 1.. .. . rhl,,er,'uJ iUr " warrautl eatisfactory! roOrni and electricity . need teeth. iu extracting itit.'-ii-om nfccni HtiAm JJ W tw U M 1U1V OF PARTNERSHIP ffW, Ml K MKT ft 'yjiehau has ihi- wy bea disoolred Mr. Win. J. JiBiibler ia mh,.r:- t .i.i.i. ,t,u ..ia " w -; me HBNRY F. MILLER, J. UK.HHY NltHAUM. Febrnary 15, 18C2-CC I of ..d.waIkTn,7r-oV7meUlV',e " NitliA ia .-.(... ..... . . . i of a br-, i. f :r" th" "irtne City or KvH,...n7: , luo ( the nu ll . ,.iT-- ' l" oireclod, I will HonS, '"i f ""Ct,' of the tW r-iu.....i -"jr.-- -" oiiowuiir lotsorbar- w . 1. ... 1 1 . . ueceenarv t,, ,i- n. . , '"-''" " may oe ' a" Tiiaie. or wtt n.ix-l. i.. ... - . n''.'!1 ",',d V'1 respectively, fcr taTeSS imJ ..;... T ' uouHi cnaixed and asoenaed lo Z , .:. . T " ,uf.8l'Jo "lk improvemenu for said w i. 7 . ,lu ln coats of sale: I, Law, Lot 6. in Black 103, Lamasco...J3,9i H. I aw. Lot T Hl.-rlr liw I .,Wl' " Lots, ma,' 3,:i'J Lot 9, " ln.t, " St.! ? " Lot 1(1. ltrt Q t.is I. k.. .. . ' - - . o,i...ya ln,.iK.aMS, t.ot f.. Block 104, Lsnnu.ro... 17.4S CHK1HTIAN HEDDEBICU. O. C. , MPItCtliiitj. Just received, doz. Horse Brushes, assorted. ' , 2,r. dox. Mioe Brushes, assorted. 'M doz. .Scrub Brushes, assorted. 15 do. Cloth BriiHbes. assopted. f doz. Ci.uul-i Brushes, assorted 1 do.. W hite Wash Brnabaa. ..j To CrtK ers and Merchants we otfor the abovJ at C-uiciuuati wholesale prices. JACOB BTRAUB & SON, Wholesale Healers, 74 Alain st. foI,L'2 the esence of Snow. Brown. u.-tJZ.Zl AUo g ile.1 aud Crytalir,ed bar Soaps, for tale at - jaii 1 ft . rf. ot-HLAkPFEB3, vrun e tore. small alvance ou coat. t oraiat a jnl4 V10KERT BBO'S. ., No. 82 Main street. Ki5 oct24 Wmiuttojyrg, bosk8,' fjLt.nJSS, .-. .A, v We have Just opened a large stock ot Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons, French J'lowera, Koaoe, tames, uusnea, and Millinery Ooo.Ix ireneraily. Bv UArlLEK S UL:mU, nOT3 Main St Ji ItiiHhel. at it as ftijyT fttu VICK.KRY Bkt., No. H-i Uatu Street. oct24 2.33 MOVAXi - A. RUSH'S CONFECTIONERY Removed to Second Street, near Main. JL tionery to tbe above named place, and iu addi tion to my old business have also opeued a FIRST-CLASS BAKERY, And promise to my old and new rmlror., that who ever may give me au order tor (Jakes uud (Joulec. turneries, 1 will Iiirmsn inein in sncn a style aa would be creditable at tbe " bile Hoi'o." A. RUSH, ffl)19.'Cin Second Street, uwir Slain. Poultry f Poryl SUll AT ELLIOTT'U Go early In the nioriiinir a. id sret Hist cboue. rhey are always lecetved Tiumdajs and Fridays a It U h &. r K JiML, UUIjK . m z uuia pnr peas. 1 do tarina. 1 do pearl sago, J nst received. CTJF.K6K. 15 boxes extra cutting cbeMie, just received, er steamer Nashville. !A NPLK8. Cial Oil Caudles for sale cheap. MOI.A88K3. 20 bbls cuoice re-bi.-lel molasoes. for mile at 50 U ur gallon. MAPLE MOLASSES. 1 hbl extra maple mo lasses, tbe first of the season. CLKAN trp. 25 bxt Hill A Co.'s extra No. 1 soau; 1 bxsdo Uerman; 10 bxs do iunry bar soap. l.ABD U1L.-2 bbls w in Ur . .trained lard oil, at lellS if. A. COOK'S. f Slight Cold, or kftxtn gfhtcjol, which might be checked with, a simple remedy, if neglected, often, terminates seriously. Feu are aware of the importance- cf stovping- a pCJLLoJt. or SUrit ahL in its first stage; that which in the hegirining would yield to a mild remedy, if not attended to, soon attacks the lungs. were first introduced eleven years ago. It has been proved that they are thm best article bqfore the public for auafi&, folds, M-anxJxLiia., jl&thma, fala.tth, the Hacking Cough in fpcjisumitlan, and numerous affections cf the fSJlif-aait giving immediate relief Public Speakers X Singers will find Jhem effectual for clearing and' strengthening the voice. Hold by aR (2ruggists and (Dealers in Jdedicine, at 5 cents per box. 8..IJ InKvausville by teb5 KKLLEK t WHtTK. Am, 20 bush choice Ohio Beed Eye, rc ilvsd per steamer NhvlHo, at feblsj li. A. COOK'S JT .ft MiJ I. 1 bbl coarse oat mxal, 1 b,l tine do. IfeblSl H. A. COOK'S. tfVO VOJ JJYMI C'H OVOVA VJB I 50 pounds Baker's Chocolate. 5o ponnda French Chocolate. Il l pounds Baker' Cocoa. For sale at KLLIOTT'S. Mm 11 do. Uishoprirk's BakinK Powders, In IMMiudiv.hiilf r'nu&tV"' '1'iarier V'J?,'11' w A Uu- asajrtmnut of Saddles, Bridies, aud IlHruese, of every ileHcriptlou, oa hand at my MuiiuUi-liirt. on Main Street. oer mv fir.. rttre. Il'ebl7l J kfTT.li.T-r M?0" tn'itiif, t'Jb -x- must go to Cook's and gat noma of the " Ex celsior.", -COFrEE.1V Ixigs prime lUo ct.ffee. j. . - bss Lau'ra '.a. lo bitxs rowr u , -CUOHH New Oi lenns sugar, Jugt re'eived. TKA8. ITull assorliMaut i.f ull ti,.,i. .i- cheap. . . ,, , ; . , ; SWEET C1DKR. Tbe best you ever saw. '" NOW Is the time for aomutbiiig Dire. " 20 doz cans fresh peaches. ' " 15 dozen cans fresh toiuatoist.' ' ' "10 doMia CM blackberries . 'PUKE Cider Vintxrar.--20 Ltd m.r,u,.,..A cidor vinegar. , , t..., ,. day at IfebDil U.A ,,,,, KM COAL! COAL! 1 am uuloadiiiir at the lmiui .. v i.,,. r- 1 rioraxtt'-leof , ' . . , . ,. . Pittsbnrr?1i fTnnT .... o . - " I . t hich I will deliver to aov nurl of ih . i. t ivi.' cents per bushel. While niiloiidfng oriiem will b. recriml at P. lloru brook Xior i,r i . i. !,.- TKKMS CASH. A. J. li L'l'CH auil'i u, ' JauUI ' - ; turn J XM V JVJt lit JhMKItH kCJUH, Just received at icbti liCKERY liBO'S, - No. Hi Main s TlTif'SJ tons orthirrrhfoTm7r tJ Jt rerelvel, Bnd f..r sie at tebU VII K Eli V I.B..H , 82 Ma street. y brau. in St. tL A. JtttJL iV-V ...1 .i i .. : j sizes, ccmorlslnar soma t.r k nm. .-t offered tlte public in this ph.ee, Just received par teamer Lancaster, and for sue at ,"1 - - YICii.KRY I.E03., teb!3 ...... ., . , No. ea Main htreet. JJ fcCOpouudSjEice and fr-so, ((-riiHle at '"" Jul.LlOH'S Grocery. 500 pounds suer cured Beef, 2,000 lbs -" hams f.rsaleat tW!. . - - .. KLL10TT3. F ft It'll M it KiCK", birner, and lots ol oioer JL nice tbiugs, can be had at d-'T VICHKBY'S. L A W A fl A fl THE S . O1.UCTI0NAS1) BKAL ESTATK KNKRALOO AllKK'VH OIIMakv. fivanu;ilu l.li ...... , i . . JuuiNij. -i may n STOVES, CASTING .1 J I T" TIN WAIT C . COOD CHAHCFOfl BASUAIH3. Th uudersiKned have a lari7,j and if. sort men t el the above article of me lf.t.t )vlet and the most durable nualitv. which ' tbe KosrieiuHnalde terms. ... i ney raaiiuractare all kinds of 3 - i COOKING AND -HEATING STOVES. Wra- Ciug... and the leu of The times are bard, and we d.i1rn tn. .n i in proiiortion. r.in.r,i: L i i. .... . . . the Lei qoli,y. . " " ,U,"'"".WMU the Court House. omemner the clace on li.i,. .iP f osite BRISKMEYK3 A CO. -a- der and Oclouir tj, . . ... . , , lb., at - -o - , ' ihl n.: . - 1 1. j vr VICKkBY fUOH.. So. 82 Jii.iia st. JVJVC J. 4MM boxes, Y. Kruss eacn. for ul. i.v gross eacn ocJ!4 BS. GILBERT CO ss "l)H to. ii Main Street. xvnit s 60 cents, at eqaAPKEK a buhnos. au;22 NoMMninbtrse rg0 JHAiJtt JMJYr tt.M e. chan U re-e I vln7 Jl orders lor Coal Oil Lamps, can hfe lllledat VICEKBT liiHKl. 62 flaln at. tebU tftfl '' per gallon tor b.ist aiticla of coal UU oil, at FXCKiST b iOif ., iafll JPBSm AVtittWAJY1 Xtf if 8tor tnd for sale by VrOSEBT ES0. Ho. W JtUia Street.